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Steven Naismith celebrates after scoring for Everton during the 4-0 FA Cup victory over Stevenage

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Oviedo suffered a suspected broken ankle but a Steven Naismith double helps Toffees progress regardless

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QPR midfielder Matty Phillips reflects after missing a chance against Leicester

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Harry Redknapp's side suffered their first loss at Loftus Road with Joey Barton sent off for picking up two yellows in a minute

Ryan Giggs has been labelled as a

Ryan Giggs branded a 'wrongun' by QPR midfielder Joey Barton as he takes aim at Manchester United great's personal life

Barton's latest Twitter rant slams the recently-turned 40-year-old for his affair with his brother's wife Natasha Giggs

Paul Gascoigne is among those to have used the clinic

Peter Kay, co-founder of the Sporting Chance Clinic which has helped names such as Paul Gascoigne and Paul Merson, has died

Kay helped set-up the clinic for sport stars to seek help alongside former Arsenal and England captain Tony Adams in 2000

Tim Key: ‘For my 10th birthday I saw Little and Large in concert. It blew my mind’

As an adult you can obviously buy candles whenever you want. I started doing that three or four times a week once I was earning a decent wage and it’s killed the magic

QPR 1 Ipswich 0 match report: Youngster Tom Hitchcock scores last-minute winner in dramatic victory for Rangers

The 20-year-old son of QPR goalkeeping coach Kevin Hitchcock comes off the bench to score in the final minute and hand Harry Redknapp's side the win

Matt Butler: Beeb snubs medallists and rides equality out of town

View From the Sofa: There was not a single woman among the riders

Both Harry Redknapp, left, the QPR manager, and his Reading counterpart Nigel Adkins, spent much of their time out of the dugout cajoling their teams (AFP/Getty Images)

Harry Redknapp eager to offload QPR players who cause 'aggro'

The Hoops have been relegated to the Championship after finishing bottom of the league

Manager claims every time the striker takes a step forward he is ‘struck down’

Luis Suarez bite: FA are 'throwing Luis Suarez into the garbage' with 10-match ban claims Brendan Rodgers

Liverpool manager admits he would understand if Uruguayan quit Premier League after 10-game bite ban

Luis Suarez will learn his fate after today’s hearing

Liverpool 'shocked' at 10-game ban for Luis Suarez

Anfield club consider appeal against severity of the punishment for striker biting Ivanovic

Barton has been summoned after he called Thiago Silva an 'overweight ladyboy' on Twitter

Joey Barton in trouble after calling PSG's Thiago Silva an 'overweight ladyboy'

Joey Barton has been summoned by the French Football Federation’s ethics committee after the Marseilles midfielder called Paris Saint-Germain defender Thiago Silva an “overweight ladyboy” on Twitter. “Joey Barton has been summoned by the committee and will be heard on 15 April,” said Laurent Davenas, the committee chairman.

Bitter experience: Barton has been tee-total since 2008

Joey Barton summoned by Ethics Committee after calling PSG defender Thiago Silva an 'overweight ladyboy' on Twitter

The on-loan QPR midfielder has infuriated PSG with his tweets

David Beckham became Paris St Germain's 400th player after coming off the bench in the 2-0 win over Marseille

David Beckham fit enough to play 90 minutes for PSG, insists Carlo Ancelotti

Former England captain made his debut at the weekend

David Beckham (left) might make his Paris St Germain debut against a Marseille side including fellow Englishman Joey Barton (right)

David Beckham could make French debut against Joey Barton

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